Dreamline and UN SDGs–a clear and present voice for change

With the Smurfs and the millennials and the UN and the media groups and the power of Dotsub behind our student dreamers, I can’t wait to get started…. Dream as a bird in the sky, soaring high freely in space. Waiting for an achiever to be the beginning of peace. By a high school student in Morocco People lose thing in their hearts People become crazy Books make people understand […]

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iEARN & a World That is Green

by Ahmed Alalou This IMPACT story is contributed by student Ahmed Alalou who lives in Larache, Morocco. Ahmed participated in the Dream Flag Project when he was a high school student in Larache, and Marouane El Baida was his teacher. Ahmed is now a third year college student in Morocco, studying biology. In July of 2017, Ahmed co-presented with me and Marouane El Baidir at the iEARN International Conference and […]

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My Love for The Container Store

OK. I have a confession to make. I love the Container Store, and I recently realized it’s for the same reasons that I love Dreamline. So I’m comparing my life’s work as an educator with a chain store in shopping malls? Yes, actually. But here’s how I got there…. At this time of year people in my hemisphere are getting ready to go back to school, to get stuff that’s […]

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Wrapping Dreams in a Blue Cloud-Cloth

by Kelly Cordero I’m happy to introduce Kelly Cordero, the author of this week’s Impact blog entry.  When I received the video below a few years ago from Kelly, it knocked my socks off! Now a few years down the road, Caleb Greenwood students are declaring and sharing their dreams more than ever–most recently in a live open mic Skype between their Kindergarteners and a hundreds of students gathered at The […]

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